Fisenne is a village of Wallonia in the municipality of Érezée, district of Soy, located in the province of Luxembourg, Belgium.

Fisenne
Fisenne
Fisenne
Fisenne is located in Belgium
Fisenne
Fisenne
Fisenne is located in Europe
Fisenne
Fisenne
Coordinates: 50°17′29″N 05°32′06″E / 50.29139°N 5.53500°E / 50.29139; 5.53500
Country Belgium
Region Wallonia
Province Luxembourg
Municipality Érezée

Fisenne contains a medieval fortified farm, Château-ferme de Fisenne [fr], dating from the 12th century and originally part of the estate of the prince-bishop of the abbey of Stavelot. The chapel of the village dates from 1713. The village mill traces its origins to 1314, and was constructed by the lords of Durbuy.[1] A 16th-century altarpiece originally located in the village church is today on display in the Gaspar Museum in Arlon.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Fisenne" (in French). Commune d'Érezée. Retrieved 4 April 2021.

External linksEdit

  •   Media related to Fisenne at Wikimedia Commons